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Radiating Nonuniform Transmission-Line Systems and the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit Method

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High frequencies of densely packed modern electronic equipment turn even the smallest piece of wire into a transmission line with signal retardation, dispersion, attenuation, and distortion. In electromagnetic environments with high-power microwave or ultra-wideband sources, transmission lines pick up noise currents generated by external electromagnetic fields. These are superimposed on essential ...
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High frequencies of densely packed modern electronic equipment turn even the smallest piece of wire into a transmission line with signal retardation, dispersion, attenuation, and distortion. In electromagnetic environments with high-power microwave or ultra-wideband sources, transmission lines pick up noise currents generated by external electromagnetic fields. These are superimposed on essential signals, the lines acting not only as receiving antennas but radiating parts of the signal energy into the environment.

This book is outstanding in its originality. While many textbooks rephrase that which has been written before, this book features:
* an accessible introduction to the fundamentals of electromagnetics;
* an explanation of the newest developments in transmission line theory, featuring the transmission line super theory developed by the authors;
* a unique exposition of the increasingly popular PEEC (partial element equivalent circuit) method, including recent research results.

Both the Transmission Line Theory and the PEEC method are well suited to combine linear structures with circuit networks.

For engineers, researchers, and graduate students, this text broadens insight into the basics of electrical engineering. It provides a deeper understanding of Maxwellian-circuit-like representations of multi-conductor transmission lines, justifies future research in this field.

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Veröffentlicht 2009, von Juergen Nitsch, Frank Gronwald, Gunter Wollenberg bei John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 978-0-470-68241-8
Auflage: 1. Auflage
348 Seiten

Über Juergen Nitsch, Frank Gronwald, Gunter Wollenberg

Professor Jürgen Nitsch, Otto-von-Guericke-University-Magdeburg, Germany
Since 1997, Professor Jürgen Nitsch has taught at the Otto-von-Guericke-University-Magdeburg, on the chair for EMC and Theoretical Electrical Engineering. In 2004 he became an elected IEEE Fellow for Contributions to the Analysis of Complex Systems for Electromagnetic Pulse and High-Power Microwave Applications.

Professor Günter Wollenberg, Otto-von-Guericke-University-Magdeburg, Germany
Professor Günter Wollenberg has been a professor at Otto-von-Guericke-University-Magdeberg since 1992 and his teaching activities are mainly focused on the fundamentals of electrical engineering, electromagnetic field theory and transmission line theory.

Dr. Frank Gronwald, EADS Deutschland GmbH, Germany
Dr. Frank Gronwald joined the Chair of Jürgen Nitsch at the Otto-von-Guericke-University-Magdeberg in 1998 where he focussed on Theoretical Electrical Engineering, Electromagnetic Compatibility and Antenna Theory. He obtained the Habilitation Degree for Theoretical Electrical Engineering in 2006. Dr. Gronwald has been with the EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company) since 2007, where he works on Electromagnetic Compatibility and Antenna Integration for Aircraft Systems. He is a senior member of IEEE and an elected member of Commission E of the International Union of Radio Science (U.R.S.I.).


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